Museum on Air: live radio broadcast



  • Cambridge Museum of Technology (map)
  • Cheddars Lane
  • Cambridge, CB5 8LD
  • United Kingdom

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Broadcasting as GB1CMT from the Museum of Technology, Cambridge & District Amateur Radio Club will take to the airwaves as part of International Museums on the Air 2016.

Whether you are a hobbyist or a complete beginner, all ages are welcome to explore the world of radio!

Interest groups (all ages): Adult, Children, Hobby, Technical, Radio, Social, Pastime, Mobility or Vision impaired, Scouts, Guides, Outdoor Leisure

What's On for Visitors:

  • Hands-on demonstrations of Morse Code     
  • Remote radio system using the Internet
  • High-frequency operating station
  • Semaphore signal colouring
  • Build-your-own radio (to be confirmed)
  • Vintage radios (to be confirmed)

Organiser: Cambridge & District Amateur Radio Club
Media contact: publicity@cdarc.co.uk

Visiting the 2016 Chesterton Festival?
Why not pop across Riverside bridge (2 minute walk from Chesterton to the Museum of Technology on Riverside)

 

Admission:

Museum entry rates apply

Participate in event on social:

About Cambridge & District Amateur Radio Club:

Established since 1919, CDARC offers membership, advice and support to radio-broadcast enthusiasts.

About Chesterton Festival:

Chesterton Festival is a community festival in Chesterton, Cambridge, run each year by volunteers from the local community. This year’s festival runs from Friday 17 to Saturday 25 June 2016. Chesterton was home to electronics company Pye Ltd, which is curated in the Cambridge Museum of Technology.